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Man City due bumper cut of Leeds fee for Harrison


Manchester City may profit if Leeds United decide to sell a key winger.

Per The Mirror, a sell-on clause in Jack Harrison's Leeds contract means that City will earn a percentage of any transfer deal.

Specifically, City would get 20 percent of any profit made on a sale by Leeds.

Harrison was sold by City to Leeds for £11 million in 2018.

If a club were to pay £35 million for Harrison, as an example, City would earn roughly £5 million from that deal.

Harrison is a Leicester City target, but a transfer being completed before deadline day appears unlikely.

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